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  • Renaissance Properties – 260 5th Ave


    260 5TH AVE
    New York, NY 10016 US

    Overview

    The following Energy Assessment was performed on behalf of Renaissance Properties at 260 Fifth Ave to identify energy efficiency measures that, when implemented, would make the property more efficient in terms of energy usage.

    The procedures and methods used in this analysis exceed the requirements of an ASHRAE Level II Energy Evaluation. Moreover, this Report has been designed to satisfy the Energy Audit requirements of New York City Local Law 87.

    Building Information:

    The property at 152-02 Baisley Blvd is a 61,600 SqFt industrial warehouse constructed in 1988 and located in Jamaica Queens. This is a red brick two story building with a garage basement. The tenant controls, operates and maintains the equipment in the building. The tenants have their own meters are responsible for their own utility bills.

    The building has two double vestibule entranceways with a glass and aluminum door. The roof is an asphalt rolled roof. The tenant heating and air conditioning consists of a packaged rooftop unit with gas heat. The hot water is produced through electric hot water heaters controlled by the tenant. There is common area lighting in the garage and outside perimeter. Both UPS and Federal Express are tenants of this building.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • F For FY11, the building used 4,655,876 kBtu of energy
    • The energy usage, excluding water, equated to $43,410.31
    • The building Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 71.63 kBtu/Ft2
    • The national Median Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 111 kBtu/Ft2
    • The target EUI is 67 kBtu/Ft2, which is a 6% improvement
    • The study came up with 19 Energy Efficiency Measures
    • A total of $150,641 independent energy efficiency measures were identified

    Details

    Date Completed: December 2012

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Demand Savings: 1496.11 kW
    • Electricity Savings: 325,834.21 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 2703.8 therms
    • Total Cost Savings: $150,640.91
  • Renaissance Properties – 264 W 40th St.


    264 W 40TH ST
    New York, NY 10018 US

    Overview

    The following Energy Assessment was performed on behalf of Renaissance Properties at 260 West 40th Street to identify energy efficiency measures that, when implemented, would make the property more efficient in terms of energy and water usage. The procedures and methods used in this analysis exceed the requirements of an ASHRAE Level II Energy Evaluation. Moreover, this Report has been designed to satisfy the Energy Audit requirements of New York City Local Law 87.

    Building Information:

    264 West 40th Street is located in midtown south and is a beige brick building that is 20 stories tall with a footprint of 100 feet by 66 feet and just under 140,000 SqFt in area. The building has multiple setbacks and was constructed in 1927. Currently, the building has dual pane aluminum thermal break windows. This is an office building that operates during normal business hours of 8 to 5 Monday to Friday with some Saturday hours. There is a maximum allowable occupancy of 610 people performing normal office work. There are currently 20 tenants in the building.

    Moreover, the tenants have their own individual electric meters and are responsible for their own air conditioning equipment and lighting. The base building maintains the central heating system, lobby and building envelope consisting of the walls, windows and roof.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • For the past 12 months, the building used 9,727,670 kBtu of energy
    • The gas usage equated to $42,999
    • The electric usage equated to $28,433
    • The building Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 98.88 kBtu/Ft2
    • The target energy score from portfolio manager is 74 kBtu/Ft2 which represents a 25% reduction in energy
    • The study came up with 10 Energy Efficiency Measures
    • A total of $20,803 independent energy efficiency measures were identified
    • The simple payback for all measures, excluding window treatments, roof and elevators, is 2.77 years

    Details

    Date Completed: January 2013

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Demand Savings: 8.33 kW
    • Electricity Savings: 14,280.47 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 8,715.8 therms
    • Total Cost Savings: $20,803.22
  • NYSERDA FlexTech – 271 Madison Ave


    271 Madison Ave.
    New York, NY 10016 US

    Overview

    The facility at 271 Madison Ave in Manhattan is fully heated and air‐conditioned. All heating is provided by a single Rockmills MP200 steam boiler rated at 8000lb/hr and fired on #6 oil. It was installed in 1980. Steam radiators distribute heat around the building. Within the boiler, there is a domestic hot water core (manufacturer: Lindy Coil, Inc., installed in 1990) and Holby mixing valve that maintains water temperature to the building around 120°F. The underground fuel oil tank has a working capacity of 4500 gallons.

    Cooling is mostly provided by many different air‐cooled split systems. There are also several water‐cooled packaged air handlers serving about 25% of the building that receive water from a rooftop evaporative cooling tower.

    There are no sub‐meters in the building. All energy use is paid by the owner and a fixed cost is assigned to tenants based on square footage. The owner also owns all HVAC equipment within the tenant spaces. This provides a big incentive for the owner to reduce energy costs by upgrading systems he owns and maintains. In addition, the owner would like to transition to natural gas for heat if it can be shown to be financially attractive.

    Building Information:

    271 Madison Avenue is located in Midtown Manhattan, two blocks south of Grand Central Terminal, and is a multi‐tenant commercial office building occupied during normal business hours Monday through Friday. The building was constructed in 1927 and is 104,431 SqFt according to DOB records. The building is 22 stories. The building abuts 2 other buildings on the North and East walls.

    Results:

    A benchmarking was performed under Local Law 84 and produced the following results:

    • Electricity (kBtu): 4,714,019
    • #6 Oil (kBtu): 4,463,750
    • Total Energy(kBtu): 9,177,769

    The benchmarking revealed a source EUI of 201.5 kBtu/SqFt annually. This was 34% higher than the national median source EUI of 150 kBtu/SqFt for a professional office building. Moreover, the client pays systems benefit charge for electric and was as high as 0.53¢/kWh in November 2012.

    Details

    Date Completed: Jul 2013 2013

  • Terrace Court, LLC - 202 Riverside Drive


    202 Riverside Drive
    New York, NY 10025 US

    Overview

    The following Energy Assessment was performed on behalf of Terrace Court, LLC at 202 Riverside Drive in Manhattan (the "Property") in order to identify energy efficiency measures that, when implemented, would make the Property more efficient in terms of energy usage.

    The procedures and methods used in this analysis exceed the requirements of an ASHRAE Level II Energy Evaluation. Moreover, this Report has been designed to satisfy the Energy Audit requirements of New York City Local Law 87.

    In addition, this report encompasses a detailed evaluation and analysis of all aspects of building energy (electricity, fuel oil and natural gas) as well as energy efficiency measures in connection with the building's main components including heating, lighting, electric motors, air conditioning and building envelope.

    Building Information:

    The property at 202 Riverside Drive is a 102,791 SqFt multifamily building constructed in 1905 and located in Manhattan. This is a brick nine story building with a cellar. There are ninety-one residential units with occupancy of approximately 364 people. The tenants have their own meters, located in the basement, and are responsible for their own utility bills.

    The building has a double vestibule entranceway with a glass and aluminum door. The roof is an asphalt rolled roof. The base building consists of an Oil Fired Steam Boiler that is a single pipe system. The hot water is produced through a coil in the boiler. There is common area lighting in the basement, lobby, corridors, and outside perimeter.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • For the past 12 months, the building used 5,803,627 kBtu of energy
    • The building (excluding tenants)Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 56.46 kBtu/Ft2
    • The study came up with 14 Energy Efficiency Measures
    • A total of $122,645.00 independent energy efficiency measures were identified
    • The simple payback for all measures was 8.3 years

    Details

    Date Completed: January 2013

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Peak Demand Savings: 47.5 kW
    • Electricity Savings: 33,783 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 24,257 therms
    • Total Cost Savings: $122,645
  • Brookford, LLC - 315 Central Park West


    315 Central Park West
    New York, NY 10025 US

    Overview

    The following Energy Assessment was performed on behalf of Brookford, LLC at 315 Central Park West in Manhattan (the "Property") in order to identify energy efficiency measures that, when implemented, would make the Property more efficient in terms of energy usage.

    The procedures and methods used in this analysis exceed the requirements of an ASHRAE Level II Energy Evaluation. Moreover, this Report has been designed to satisfy the Energy Audit requirements of New York City Local Law 87.

    In addition, this report encompasses a detailed evaluation and analysis of all aspects of building energy (electricity, fuel oil and natural gas) as well as energy efficiency measures in connection with the building's main components including heating, lighting, electric motors, air conditioning and building envelope.

    Building Information:

    The property at 315 Central Park West is a 109,769 SqFt multifamily building constructed in 1911 and located in Manhattan. This is a brick twelve story building with a cellar and sub-cellar. There are forty-five residential units and four professional offices with an occupancy of approximately 200 people. The tenants have their own meters, located in the basement, and are responsible for their own utility bills.

    The building has a double vestibule entranceway with a glass and aluminum door. The roof is an asphalt rolled roof. The base building consists of an Oil Fired Steam Boiler that is a single pipe system. The hot water is produced through a coil in the boiler. There is common area lighting in the basement, lobby, corridors, and outside perimeter.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • For the past 12 months, the building used 5,803,627 kBtu of energy
    • The building (excluding tenants)Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 56.46 kBtu/Ft2
    • The study came up with 13 Energy Efficiency Measures
    • A total of $154,980.00 independent energy efficiency measures were identified
    • The simple payback for all measures is 7.1 years

    Details

    Date Completed: September 2013

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Peak Demand Savings: 53.4 kW
    • Electricity Savings: 38,039 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 32,542 therms
    • Total Cost Savings: $154,980
  • Renaissance Properties - 627 Broadway


    627 Broadway
    New York, NY 10012 US

    Overview

    The following Energy Assessment was performed on behalf of Renaissance Properties at 627 Broadway to identify energy efficiency measures that, when implemented, would make the property more efficient in terms of energy and water usage.

    The procedures and methods used in this analysis exceed the requirements of an ASHRAE Level II Energy Evaluation. Moreover, this Report has been designed to satisfy the Energy Audit requirements of New York City Local Law 87.

    Building Information:

    627 Broadway, also called the NoHo building, was constructed in 1894 and has ten stories above grade and two below grade levels. The building is located in the West Village and has approximately 19 commercial units and retail space. The occupancy is 250 people and the building is operational Monday to Friday from 8 to 5. The tenants have their own meters located on the floors and maintain their own air conditioning units. The base building is responsible for a gas fired central steam boiler and its distribution system.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • For the past 12 months, the building used 10,357,689 kBtu of energy
    • The electric usage equated to $204,357
    • The building Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 86.31 kBtu/Ft2
    • The target Energy Utilization as determined by portfolio manager is 64 kBtu/Ft2 which represents a 25% reduction in energy utilization
    • The national energy utilization index for office buildings is 212 kBtu/Ft2
    • The study came up with 10 Energy Efficiency Measures
    • A total of $35,180.00 independent energy efficiency measures were identified
    • The simple payback for all measures is under 5 years

    Details

    Date Completed: January 2013

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Demand Savings: 1496.11 kW
    • Electricity Savings: 41,255 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 4,681.9 therms
    • Total Cost Savings: $35,180.47
  • Renaissance Properties - 632 Broadway


    627 Broadway
    New York, NY 10012 US

    Overview

    The following Energy Assessment was performed on behalf of Renaissance Properties at 632 Broadway to identify energy efficiency measures that, when implemented, would make the property more efficient in terms of energy and water usage.

    The procedures and methods used in this analysis exceed the requirements of an ASHRAE Level II Energy Evaluation. Moreover, this Report has been designed to satisfy the Energy Audit requirements of New York City Local Law 87.

    Building Information:

    632 Broadway is a twelve story building that was constructed in 1900. Renaissance Properties, who owns and manages the building, is located on the premises. This is an office building with a retail tenant. The building has a cellar and sub-cellar where the boiler is housed. The power for the building is sub-metered to the tenants who also control and maintain their air conditioning equipment. The base building is responsible for a gas fired steam boiler and the distribution system.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • For the past 12 months, the building use 12,113,339 kBtu of energy
    • The electric usage equated to $471,668 with sub-metering of tenants employed
    • The building Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 86.66 kBtu/ft²
    • The target EUI recommended by portfolio manager is 71 kBtu/ft² which represents an 18% reduction in energy
    • The study came up with 8 Energy Efficiency Measures
    • A total of $23,872.36 independent energy efficiency measures were identified
    • The simple payback for all measures, excluding hot water heater and skylights, is 3.65 years

    Details

    Date Completed: January 2013

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Electricity Savings: 39,249 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 8,406.518 therms
    • Total Cost Savings: $23,872.36
  • Park Front Apartments - 435 Central Park West


    435 Central park West
    New York, NY 10025 US

    Overview

    The following Energy Assessment was performed on behalf of Park Front Apartments at 435 Central Park West in Manhattan (the "Property") in order to identify energy efficiency measures that, when implemented, would make the Property more efficient in terms of energy usage.

    The procedures and methods used in this analysis exceed the requirements of an ASHRAE Level II Energy Evaluation. Moreover, this Report has been designed to satisfy the Energy Audit requirements of New York City Local Law 87.

    In addition, this report encompasses a detailed evaluation and analysis of all aspects of building energy (electricity, fuel oil and natural gas) as well as energy efficiency measures in connection with the building's main components including heating, lighting, electric motors, air conditioning and building envelope.

    Building Information:

    The property at 435 Central Park West is a 115,776 SqFt multifamily building constructed in 1930 and located in Manhattan. This is a brick seven story. There are 120 residential units and a daycare with occupancy of approximately 500 people. The tenants have their own meters, located in the basement, and are responsible for their own utility bills.

    The building has a double vestibule entranceway with a glass and aluminum door. The roof is an asphalt rolled roof. The base building consists of an Oil Fired Steam Boiler that is a single pipe system. The hot water is produced through a coil in the boiler. There is common area lighting in the basement, lobby, corridors, and outside perimeter.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • For the past 12 months excluding apartments, the building used 6,338,241 kBtu of energy
    • The building Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 57.04 kBtu/Ft2
    • The study came up with 16 Energy Efficiency Measures
    • A total of $136,724.00 independent energy efficiency measures were identified
    • The simple payback for all measures is 9.2 years

    Details

    Date Completed: October 2013

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Peak Demand Savings: 82.6 kW
    • Electricity Savings: 55,947 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 28,265 therms
    • Total Cost Savings: $136,724
  • Standy One Associates - 1421-1425 Grand Concourse


    1421 Grand Concourse
    New York, NY 10452 US

    Overview

    The following Energy Assessment was performed on behalf of Standy One Associates at 1421-1425 Grand Concourse in the Bronx (the "Property") in order to identify energy efficiency measures that, when implemented, would make the Property more efficient in terms of energy usage.

    The procedures and methods used in this analysis exceed the requirements of an ASHRAE Level II Energy Evaluation. Moreover, this Report has been designed to satisfy the Energy Audit requirements of New York City Local Law 87.

    In addition, this report encompasses a detailed evaluation and analysis of all aspects of building energy (electricity, fuel oil and natural gas) as well as energy efficiency measures in connection with the building's main components including heating, lighting, electric motors, air conditioning and building envelope.

    Building Information:

    The property at 1421-1425 Grand Concourse is a 82,500 SqFt multifamily building constructed in 1917 and located in the Bronx. This is a brick six story building with a cellar. There are sixty-six residential units with occupancy of approximately 264 people. The tenants have their own meters, located in the basement, and are responsible for their own utility bills.

    The building has a double vestibule entranceway with a glass and aluminum door. The roof is an asphalt rolled roof. The base building consists of a Gas Fired Modular Hydronic Boiler. The hot water is produced through a coil in the boiler. There is common area lighting in the basement, lobby, corridors, and outside perimeter.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • For the past 12 months, the building used 8,307,815 kBtu of energy
    • The building Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 97.17 kBtu/Ft2
    • The study came up with 12 Energy Efficiency Measures
    • A total of $44,706.00 independent energy efficiency measures were identified
    • The simple payback for all measures, excluding window treatments, roof and elevators, is 3.5 years

    Details

    Date Completed: October 2013

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Peak Demand Savings: 54.8 kW
    • Electricity Savings: 39,989 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 25,399 therms
    • Total Cost Savings: $44,706
  • 2157 Ocean Avenue


    2157 Ocean Avenue
    Brooklyn, NY 11229 US

    Overview

    This document is a summary report of the energy audit conducted by IAG Energy, LLC for the multifamily building located at 2157 Ocean Avenue in Brooklyn, New York. The purpose of the audit was to provide energy use analysis, identify viable energy conservation measures that reduce energy and operating costs and provide estimates for the facility’s carbon footprint reduction as well as firm implementation costs and realistic savings.

    The scope of work included a detailed survey of the building envelopes, mechanical and electrical systems, as well as an analysis of the building’s annual energy (electric, and natural gas) costs and consumption. IAG Energy also documented the facility’s operating characteristics. The recommended ECM’s represent economically and technically feasible opportunities to improve the facility’s operating efficiency and to find ways to reduce ongoing energy and operating costs.

    The facility includes sixty (60) apartments, common areas, and mechanical room located at the ground level of the building. Overall, the energy consuming systems at this location appeared to be in good condition in terms of age and maintenance.

    Building Information:

    Quality Mills Work Corporation owns and operates the building at 425 Devoe Avenue, Bronx, NY 10460 since 1939. The two story brick building is 50,000 square feet and was built in 1939. The building has an office space, which are approximately 600 square feet and a factory which is 49,400 square feet. According to the owner, the building is open from 8 AM to 4 PM Monday to Friday.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • The building Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is
    • Total estimated combined energy use is 4,797,197 kBtu
    • The study came up with 4 Energy Conservation Measures
    • The simple payback for all measures is 2.12 years

    Details

    Date Completed: August 2013

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Electricity Savings: 911.6 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 1,113.5 therms
    • Total Cost Savings: $19,687.02
  • 37-15 72nd Street


    37-15 72nd Street
    Queens, NY 11370 US

    Overview

    This document is a summary report of the energy audit conducted by IAG Energy, LLC for the multifamily building located at 37-15 72nd Street in Queens, New York.

    The purpose of the audit was to provide energy use analysis, identify viable energy conservation measures that reduce energy and operating costs and provide estimates for the facility’s carbon footprint reduction as well as firm implementation costs and realistic savings.

    The scope of work included a detailed survey of the building envelopes, mechanical and electrical systems, as well as an analysis of the building’s annual energy (electric, oil, and natural gas) costs and consumption. IAG Energy also documented the facility’s operating characteristics. The recommended ECM’s represent economically and technically feasible opportunities to improve the facility’s operating efficiency and to find ways to reduce ongoing energy and operating costs.

    The facility includes fifty-nine (59) apartments, common areas, and mechanical room located at the ground level of the building. Overall, the energy consuming systems at this location appeared to be in good condition in terms of age and maintenance.

    Building Information:

    The building was constructed in 1927 and is owned and managed by Benson Funding. This is a 67,830 square foot multifamily apartment building that consists of 59 apartments. The building is located on 37-15 72nd Street in Queens, New York. This is a six story apartment building with one elevator, and no laundry facility.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • The building Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 82.6 kBtu/ft²
    • Total estimated combined energy use is 5,716,491 kBtu
    • The study came up with 5 Energy Conservation Measures
    • The simple payback for all measures is 2.49 years

    Details

    Date Completed: October 2013

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Electricity Savings: 11,847.8 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 1,019.7 therms
    • Total Cost Savings: $66,787.43
  • Rabbinical Seminary of America- NYSERDA Flextech Project


    76-1 147th St.
    Flushing, NY 11367 US

    Overview

    The facility at 76-01 147th Street in Flushing is fully heated and air conditioned.  The 52 room dormitory is cooled by a Carrier 50 Ton air cooled chiller and heated by two Genesis A.O. Smith Gas Fired Hydronic boilers of 750,000 Btuh input each.  This area is controlled by built in fan coil thermostats. 

    The gymnasium, cafeteria, classrooms, and larger meeting rooms are heated and cooled by Carrier Air Cooled Packaged Rooftop Units.  All the systems are zone controlled by space thermostats. 

    Hot water is produced by two Mighty Therm 500 MBH volume water heaters and stored in four 115 gallon hot water storage tanks.  This is used for the dormitory showers and hand washing.  

    An ASHRAE Level II energy survey will be conducted according the the ASHRAE Procedures for Commercial Building Energy Audits.  This will not be a software based study.  A whole building energy assessment is being proposed for this facility. A data driven (inverse) energy modeling approach was selected for this study, whereby, input and output variables are known and measured with the objective of making a mathematical description of the system and its parameters.  Actual performance data will be used from the existing building for model development and identification. Nonintrusive data will be obtained under normal operating conditions. Under this method building consumption is analyzed and predicted when effected by improper equipment operation, unintended operation, changes in thermostat settings, changes in ventilation rates, changes in lighting levels, a series of energy saving retrofits are analyzed, and optimization of HVAC control and operation are studied (ASHRAE Handbook Fundamentals, 19-1).

    Site Survey – A building survey will be conducted by walking through the facility, observing the equipment and obtaining knowledge on how the components function.

    Operation and Maintenance – A review of the operation and maintenance of major components shall be conducted in order to identify energy efficiency measures.  These may include adding controls to shut down equipment, changing fan belts to improve performance or cleaning fins on coils to improve efficiency.

    Building Monitoring and measuring – Measurements are recorded throughout the facility for lumens of light, air flow from fans, a range of temperatures and BTU meters are used on the building envelope. Furthermore, a thermal imaging camera will be used to study leakage through the building envelope and also used on mechanical components to check proper function. A combustion analysis will be performed on boilers using a combustion analyzer. Data loggers will be installed on major systems in order to measure energy consumption.

    Development of Energy Efficiency Measures (EEMs) – A compilation of energy efficiency measures shall be assembled based on the results of gathered data from the walk through survey, measured data and modeling.

    Engineering Analysis – An engineering analysis will be conducted on discovered EEMs in order to determine the feasibility of implementation.

    Financial Analysis – A simple payback analysis will be conducted and in some cases a life cycle cost analysis shall be performed to determine the economic impact of the EEMs.  Actual utility rates, where available, will be used for the energy analysis. Esitmates for implementation, where appropriate, will be based on energy savings in dollars, MMBtu’s, kBtu’s, Therms, kW, kWh, etc…Vendor and contractor pricing will also be used for the calculations.The results of these calculations are used to prioritize the list of EEMs.

    Measurement and verification – Continued monitoring of energy is essential to the saving of energy and will result in financial savings.  A measurement and verification program will be tailor made for the facility to be able to verify savings and monitor energy usage.

     

  • American Gardens - 123-27 Merrick Blvd


    123-27 MERRICK BLVD
    Jamaica, NY 11434 US

    Overview

    The following Energy Assessment was performed on behalf of American Gardens at 123-27 Merrick Blvd to identify energy efficiency measures that, when implemented, would make the property more efficient in terms of energy and water usage.

    The procedures and methods used in this analysis exceed the requirements of an ASHRAE Level II Energy Evaluation. Moreover, this Report has been designed to satisfy the Energy Audit requirements of New York City Local Law 87.

    Building Information:

    The American Gardens at 123-27 Merrick Blvd is located in Queens New York. The building was constructed in 1971 out of red brick and has a flat rolled silver coated roof. The building is three stories on slab with 80 apartments. There are about 240 people occupying the building which is continuous. The front of the building has a southern exposure.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • For the past 12 months, the building used 4,703,438 kBtu of energy
    • The building Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 91.68 kBtu/Ft2
    • The study came up with 12 Energy Efficiency Measures
    • A total of $26,658.00 independent energy efficiency measures were identified
    • The simple payback for all measures, excluding windows and roof is 7.9 years

    Details

    Date Completed: April 2013

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Demand Savings: 31.8 kW
    • Electricity Savings: 12,089 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 13,420 therms
    • Total Cost Savings: $26,658
  • Prologis - 150-10 132nd Ave


    150-10 132ND AVE
    Jamaica, NY 11434 US

    Overview

    The following Energy Assessment was performed on behalf of Prologis at 150-10 132nd Avenue to identify energy efficiency measures that, when implemented, would make the property more efficient in terms of energy usage.

    The procedures and methods used in this analysis exceed the requirements of an ASHRAE Level II Energy Evaluation. Moreover, this Report has been designed to satisfy the Energy Audit requirements of New York City Local Law 87.

    Building Information:

    The property at 150-10 132nd Avenue is a 64,270 SqFt industrial warehouse constructed in 1987 and located in Jamaica Queens. This is a red brick two story building with a garage basement. The tenant controls, operates and maintains the equipment in the building. The tenants have their own meters are responsible for their own utility bills.

    The building has a double vestibule entranceway with a glass and aluminum door. The roof is an asphalt rolled roof. The base building consists of a packaged rooftop unit with gas heat for the lobby. The hot water is produced through electric hot water heaters controlled by the tenant. There is common area lighting in the garage and outside perimeter.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • For the past 12 months, the building used 3,822,974 kBtu of energy
    • The building Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 59.48 kBtu/Ft2
    • The study came up with 12 Energy Efficiency Measures
    • A total of $21,943.00 independent energy efficiency measures were identified
    • The simple payback for all measures, excluding window treatments and roof is 3.9 Years

    Details

    Date Completed: June 2013

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Demand Savings: 4,772.4 kW
    • Electricity Savings: 68,928 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 3,489 therms
    • Total Cost Savings: $21,943
  • Prologis - 151-02 132nd Ave.


    151-02 132ND AVE
    Jamaica, NY 11434 US

    Overview

    The following Energy Assessment was performed on behalf of Prologis at 151-02 132nd Avenue to identify energy efficiency measures that, when implemented, would make the property more efficient in terms of energy usage.

    The procedures and methods used in this analysis exceed the requirements of an ASHRAE Level II Energy Evaluation. Moreover, this Report has been designed to satisfy the Energy Audit requirements of New York City Local Law 87.

    Building Information:

    The property at 151-02 132nd Avenue is a 54,241 SqFt industrial warehouse constructed in 1987 and located in Jamaica Queens. This is a red brick two story building with a garage basement. The tenant controls, operates and maintains the equipment in the building. The tenants have their own meters are responsible for their own utility bills.

    The building has a double vestibule entranceway with a glass and aluminum door. The roof is an asphalt rolled roof. The base building consists of a packaged rooftop unit with gas heat for the lobby. The hot water is produced through electric hot water heaters controlled by the tenant. There is common area lighting in the garage and outside perimeter.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • For the past 12 months, the building used 1,723,702 kBtu of energy
    • The building Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 31.78 kBtu/Ft2
    • The study came up with 11 Energy Efficiency Measures
    • A total of $17,766.00 independent energy efficiency measures were identified
    • The simple payback for all measures, excluding window treatments and roof is 2.3 Years

    Details

    Date Completed: June 2013

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Demand Savings: 87.2 kW
    • Electricity Savings: 70,402 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 2,372 therms
    • Total Cost Savings: $17,766
  • Prologis – 152-02 Baisley Blvd.


    152-02 BAISLEY BLVD
    Jamaica, NY 11434 US

    Overview

    The following Energy Assessment was performed on behalf of Prologis at at 152-02 Baisley Blvd also called Airgate 3 to identify energy efficiency measures that, when implemented, would make the property more efficient in terms of energy usage.

    The procedures and methods used in this analysis exceed the requirements of an ASHRAE Level II Energy Evaluation. Moreover, this Report has been designed to satisfy the Energy Audit requirements of New York City Local Law 87.

    Building Information:

    The property at 152-02 Baisley Blvd is a 61,600 SqFt industrial warehouse constructed in 1988 and located in Jamaica Queens. This is a red brick two story building with a garage basement. The tenant controls, operates and maintains the equipment in the building. The tenants have their own meters are responsible for their own utility bills.

    The building has two double vestibule entranceways with a glass and aluminum door. The roof is an asphalt rolled roof. The tenant heating and air conditioning consists of a packaged rooftop unit with gas heat. The hot water is produced through electric hot water heaters controlled by the tenant. There is common area lighting in the garage and outside perimeter. Both UPS and Federal Express are tenants of this building.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • For the past 12 months, the building used 1,906,111 kBtu of energy
    • The building Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 30.94 kBtu/Ft2
    • The study came up with 6 Energy Efficiency Measures
    • A total of $24,789 independent energy efficiency measures were identified
    • The simple payback for all measures, excluding window treatments and roof is 1.9 Years

    Details

    Date Completed: July 2013

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Demand Savings: 82.6 kW/li>
    • Electricity Savings: 83,005 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 4,822 therms
    • Total Cost Savings: $24,789
  • Helms Brothers Mercedes – 40-01 168th St


    40-01 168TH ST
    Flushing, NY 11358 US

    Overview

    An energy assessment was performed for the Helms Brothers property located at 40-01 168th Street in Flushing, New York to identify energy efficiency measures which, when implemented, would make the property more efficient in terms of energy usage.

    This Report was also prepared pursuant to the requirements of New York City Local Law 87 requiring that all buildings in New York City having over 50,000 square feet of gross floor area be audited for energy and water usage every ten years.

    The procedures and methods used in the analysis for this Report meet or exceed the requirements of ASHRAE Level II Energy Evaluation including energy simulation for the boilers, which meets the requirements of ASHRAE Level III Energy Evaluation. As such, this Report has been designed to satisfy and exceed the Energy Audit requirements of Local Law 87.

    Building Information:

    The building was originally a warehouse and was constructed in 1952. The property was renovated and converted to a service facility by Helms Brothers in 2004.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • The building used 5,051,927 kBtu of energy
    • The energy usage, excluding water, equated to $185,500
    • The building Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 93.7 kBtu/Ft2
    • The study came up with 4 Energy Efficiency Measures
    • A total of $42,323.01independent energy efficiency measures were identified

    Details

    Date Completed: July 2013

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Electricity Savings: 119,145 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 0 therms
    • Total Cost Savings: $27,754.50
  • 22-11 31st Street


    22-11 31st Street
    Queens, NY 11105 US

    Overview

    This document is a summary report of the energy audit conducted by IAG Energy, LLC for the commercial/retail building located at 22-11 31st Street in Astoria, New York.

    The purpose of the audit was to provide energy use analysis, identify viable energy conservation measures that reduce energy and operating costs and provide estimates for the facility’s carbon footprint reduction as well as firm implementation costs and realistic savings.

    The scope of work included a detailed survey of the building envelopes, and lighting systems, as well as an analysis of the building’s annual energy (electric only) costs and consumption. Facility’s operating characteristics was also documented. The recommended ECM represents economically and technically feasible opportunity to improve the facility’s operating efficiency and to find ways to reduce ongoing energy and operating costs.

    Building Information:

    The building was constructed in 1924 and is managed by JENEL Management Corporation. This is a 56,867 square foot commercial building with retail stores and a gymnasium. The building is located on 22-11 31th Street, Astoria New York. This is a two story building without elevators.

    The two story brick building is 56,867 square feet with seven retail spaces as shown in the table below. The facility includes various retail spaces, a gymnasium, and a law office. The tenants are responsible for their own electric, gas, water and sewer bills. The tenants own and operate all HVAC equipment and are responsible for the upkeep and maintenance. The owner is responsible for the roof and some site lighting mounted under the canopy on the north side of the building. All tenant owned mechanical and lighting systems were excluded from the study as the owner is not responsible for it.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • Total energy consumed by common areas in the building for 2012: 16,326 kWh
    • Common area electric cost: $4,443.91
    • Tenant space electric and gas consumption directly metered and billed by Con Edison to the tenants.

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Electricity Savings: 6,353.0 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 0.0therms
    • Total Annual Cost Savings: $1,729
  • 37-15 72nd Street


    37-15 72nd Street
    Queens, NY 11370 US

    Overview

    This document is a summary report of the energy audit conducted by IAG Energy, LLC for the multifamily building located at 37-15 72nd Street in Queens, New York. The purpose of the audit was to provide energy use analysis, identify viable energy conservation measures that reduce energy and operating costs and provide estimates for the facility’s carbon footprint reduction as well as firm implementation costs and realistic savings.

    The scope of work included a detailed survey of the building envelopes, mechanical and electrical systems, as well as an analysis of the building’s annual energy (electric, oil, and natural gas) costs and consumption. IAG Energy also documented the facility’s operating characteristics. The recommended ECM’s represent economically and technically feasible opportunities to improve the facility’s operating efficiency and to find ways to reduce ongoing energy and operating costs.

    The facility includes fifty-nine (59) apartments, common areas, and mechanical room located at the ground level of the building. Overall, the energy consuming systems at this location appeared to be in good condition in terms of age and maintenance.

    Building Information:

    The building was constructed in 1927 and is owned and managed by Benson Funding. This is a 67,830 square foot multifamily apartment building that consists of 59 apartments. The building is located on 37-15 72nd Street in Queens, New York. This is a six story apartment building with one elevator, and no laundry facility.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • The building Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 82.6 kBtu/ft²
    • Total estimated combined energy use is 5,716,491 kBtu
    • The study came up with 5 Energy Conservation Measures
    • The simple payback for all measures is 2.49 years

    Details

    Date Completed: October 2013

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Electricity Savings: 11,847.8 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 1,019.7 therms
    • Total Annual Cost Savings: $66,787.43
  • 35-63 89th Street


    35-63 89th Street
    Queens, NY 11372 US

    Overview

    This document is a summary report of the energy audit conducted by IAG Energy, LLC for the multifamily building located at 3563 89th Street in Flushing, New York. The purpose of the audit was to provide energy use analysis, identify viable energy conservation measures that reduce energy and operating costs and provide estimates for the facility’s carbon footprint reduction as well as firm implementation costs and realistic savings.

    The scope of work included a detailed survey of the building envelopes, mechanical and electrical systems, as well as an analysis of the building’s annual energy (electric and natural gas) costs and consumption. IAG Energy also documented the facility’s operating characteristics. The recommended ECM’s represent economically and technically feasible opportunities to improve the facility’s operating efficiency and to find ways to reduce ongoing energy and operating costs.

    The facility includes eighty-eight (88) apartments, common areas, and mechanical room located at the ground level of the building. Overall, the energy consuming systems at this location appeared to be in fair condition in terms of age and maintenance.

    Building Information:

    The building was constructed in 1927 and is managed by 3563 Realty. This is a 69,726 square foot multifamily apartment building that consists of 88 apartments. The building is located on 3563 89th Street, Flushing New York. This is a six story apartment building with elevators, but no laundry facility.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • The building Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 116.0 kBtu/ft²
    • Total estimated combined energy use is 8,130,004 kBtu
    • The study came up with 6 Energy Conservation Measures
    • The simple payback for all measures is 0.81 years

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Electricity Savings: 9,777.9 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 2,210.5 MMBtu
    • Total Annual Cost Savings: $100,352.09
  • Benedict Properties - 3025 Godwin Terrace


    3025 GODWIN TER
    BRONX, NY 10463 US

    Overview

    The Energy Assessment was performed on behalf of Benedict Properties at 3025 Godwin Terrace to identify energy efficiency measures that, when implemented, would make the property more efficient in terms of energy and water usage.

    The procedures and methods used in our analysis exceed the requirements of an ASHRAE Level II Energy Evaluation. Moreover, this Report has been designed to satisfy the Energy Audit requirements of New York City Local Law 87.

    In addition, our report encompasses a detailed evaluation and analysis of all aspects of building energy (electricity, fuel oil and natural gas) as well as energy efficiency measures in connection with the building's main components including heating, lighting, electric motors, air conditioning and building envelope. 

    Approximately 50% of the evaluations for retrofits for energy and water saving measures have paybacks that are considered to be economic. Measures with medium to long paybacks are included for informational purposes and should not be considered as recommended for economic reasons alone.

    Building Information: The property at 3025 Godwin Terrace is a 65,250 sq ft multifamily building constructed in 1926 and located in the Bronx.  This is a brick five story building with a cellar. There are sixty-three apartments with occupancy of approximately 250 people. The tenants have their own meters, located in the basement, and are responsible for their own utility bills. 

    Assessment Highlights:

    • For the past 12 months, the building used 4,757,261 kBtu of energy
    • The building Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 72.91 kBtu/Ft2
    • The study came up with 12 Energy Efficiency Measures
    • A total of $22,317.00 independent energy efficiency measures were identified
    • The simple payback for all measures, excluding window treatments and roof is 3.8 years

    Details

    Date Completed: May 2013

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Peak Demand Savings: 28.1 kW
    • Electricity Savings: 22,878 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 7,964 therms
    • Total Cost Savings: $22,317
  • High Bridge Community Development Corporation – 115 W 172nd St


    115 W 172ND ST
    BRONX, NY 10452 US

    Overview

    The following Energy Assessment was performed for the multifamily property located at 115 West 172nd Street, Bronx, New York to identify energy efficiency measures which, when implemented, would make the property more efficient in terms of energy and water usage.

    This Report was also prepared pursuant to the requirements of New York City Local Law 87 requiring that all buildings in New York City having over 50,000 square feet of gross floor area be audited for energy and water usage every ten years.

    The procedures and methods used in the analysis for this Report meet or exceed the requirements of ASHRAE Level II Energy Evaluation including energy simulation for the boilers, which meets the requirements of ASHRAE Level III Energy Evaluation. As such, this Report has been designed to satisfy and exceed the Energy Audit requirements of Local Law 87.

    Building Information:

    The building was constructed in 1929 and is owned and managed by High Bridge Community Development Corporation. This is a 64,111 square foot multifamily apartment building that consists of 59 apartments. The building is located on 115 West 172nd Street in Bronx, New York. This is a six story apartment building with an elevator, spacious apartments, and coin operated laundry.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • The building used 6,857,508 kBtu of energy
    • The energy usage, excluding water, equated to $143,328
    • The building Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 106.96 kBtu/Ft2
    • The study came up with 6 Energy Efficiency Measures

    Details

    Date Completed: July 2013

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Electricity Savings: 40,400 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 1517 therms
    • Total Cost Savings: $29,003.34
  • High Bridge Community Development Corporation – 1419 Shakespeare Ave


    1419 SHAKESPEARE AVE
    BRONX, NY 10452 US

    Overview

    The following Energy Assessment was performed for the multifamily property located at 1419 Shakespeare Ave, Bronx, New York to identify energy efficiency measures which, when implemented, would make the property more efficient in terms of energy and water usage.

    This Report was also prepared pursuant to the requirements of New York City Local Law 87 requiring that all buildings in New York City having over 50,000 square feet of gross floor area be audited for energy and water usage every ten years.

    The procedures and methods used in the analysis for this Report meet or exceed the requirements of ASHRAE Level II Energy Evaluation including energy simulation for the boilers, which meets the requirements of ASHRAE Level III Energy Evaluation. As such, this Report has been designed to satisfy and exceed the Energy Audit requirements of Local Law 87.

    Building Information:

    The building was constructed in 1927 and is owned and managed by High Bridge Community Development Corporation. This is a 69,786 square foot multifamily apartment building that consists of 65 apartments. The building is located on 1419 Shakespeare Avenue in Bronx, New York. This is a six story apartment building with an elevator, spacious apartments, and coin operated laundry.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • The building used 7,849,634 kBtu of energy
    • The energy usage, excluding water, equated to $167,296
    • The building Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 112.48 kBtu/Ft2
    • The study came up with 6 Energy Efficiency Measures
    • A total of $35,212.72 independent energy efficiency measures were identified

    Details

    Date Completed: June 2013

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Electricity Savings: 53,048 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 1,732.9 therms
    • Total Cost Savings: $35,212.72
  • 2064 Barnes Ave


    2064 BARNES AVE
    BRONX, NY 10462 US

    Overview

    The following Energy Assessment was performed for the multifamily property located at 2064 Barnes Ave, Bronx, New York to identify energy efficiency measures which, when implemented, would make the property more efficient in terms of energy and water usage.

    This Report was also prepared pursuant to the requirements of New York City Local Law 87 requiring that all buildings in New York City having over 50,000 square feet of gross floor area be audited for energy and water usage every ten years.

    The procedures and methods used in the analysis for this Report meet or exceed the requirements of ASHRAE Level II Energy Evaluation including energy simulation for the boilers, which meets the requirements of ASHRAE Level III Energy Evaluation. As such, this Report has been designed to satisfy and exceed the Energy Audit requirements of Local Law 87.

    Building Information:

    The building was constructed in 1961 and is owned and managed by Kola Palusevic. This is a 61,807 square foot multifamily apartment building that consists of 50 apartments. The building is located on 2064 Barnes Avenue in Bronx, New York. This is a six story apartment building with an elevator, spacious apartments, and coin operated laundry.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • The building used 3,927,558 kBtu of energy
    • The energy usage, excluding water, equated to $112,355.68
    • The building Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 54.9 kBtu/Ft2
    • The study came up with 5 Energy Efficiency Measures
    • A total of $278,161 independent energy efficiency measures were identified

    Details

    Date Completed: May 2013

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Electricity Savings: 14,280 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 759 therms
    • Total Cost Savings: $278,161
  • Zepa Realty– 3844 Bailey Ave


    3844 BAILEY AVE
    New York, NY 10463 US

    Overview

    The following Energy Assessment was performed for the multifamily property located at 3844 Bailey Avenue, Bronx, New York to identify energy efficiency measures which, when implemented, would make the property more efficient in terms of energy and water usage.

    This Report was also prepared pursuant to the requirements of New York City Local Law 87 requiring that all buildings in New York City having over 50,000 square feet of gross floor area be audited for energy and water usage every ten years.

    The procedures and methods used in the analysis for this Report meet or exceed the requirements of ASHRAE Level II Energy Evaluation including energy simulation for the boilers, which meets the requirements of ASHRAE Level III Energy Evaluation. As such, this Report has been designed to satisfy and exceed the Energy Audit requirements of Local Law 87.

    Building Information:

    The building was constructed in 1926 and is owned and managed by Dile Marku. This is a 55,800 square foot multifamily apartment building that consists of 56 apartments. The building is located on 3844 Bailey Avenue in Bronx, New York. This is a five story apartment building with spacious apartments. There are no elevators and coin operated laundry in the building.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • The building used 3,935,796 kBtu of energy
    • The energy usage, excluding water, equated to $94,597.50
    • The building Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 70.53 kBtu/Ft2
    • The study came up with 7 Energy Efficiency Measures
    • A total of $42,323.01independent energy efficiency measures were identified

    Details

    Date Completed: June 2013

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Electricity Savings: 12,569 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 684 therms
    • Total Cost Savings: $42,323.01
  • Quality Mills Work Corporation – 425 Devoe Avenue


    425 DEVOE AVE
    BRONX, NY 10460 US

    Overview

    The following Energy Assessment was performed on behalf of Quality Mills Work Corporation in order to identify energy efficiency measures that, when implemented, would make the Property more efficient in terms of energy and water usage.

    The procedures and methods used in this analysis exceed the requirements of an ASHRAE Level II Energy Evaluation. Moreover, this Report has been designed to satisfy the Energy Audit requirements of New York City Local Law 87.

    Building Information:

    Quality Mills Work Corporation owns and operates the building at 425 Devoe Avenue, Bronx, NY 10460 since 1939. The two story brick building is 50,000 square feet and was built in 1939. The building has an office space, which are approximately 600 square feet and a factory which is 49,400 square feet. According to the owner, the building is open from 8 AM to 4 PM Monday to Friday.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • For FY11, the building used 964,173 kBtu of energy
    • The energy usage, excluding water, equated to $36,496.24
    • The building Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 19.28 kBtu/Ft2
    • The national Median Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 82 kBtu/Ft2
    • The target EUI is 18 kBtu/Ft2, which is a 6.64% improvement
    • The study came up with 4 Energy Efficiency Measures
    • A total of $5,995 independent energy efficiency measures were identified
    • The overall simple payback for the measures is 2.4 years

    Details

    Date Completed: April 2013

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Peak Demand Savings: 2.9 kW
    • Electricity Savings: 8,831 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 47 therms
    • Total Cost Savings: $2,223
  • 2110 Barnes Avenue


    2110 Barnes Avenue
    BRONX, NY 10462 US

    Overview

    This document is a summary report of the energy audit conducted by IAG Energy, LLC for the multifamily building located at 2110 Barnes Avenue in Bronx, New York. The purpose of the audit was to provide energy use analysis, identify viable energy conservation measures that reduce energy and operating costs and provide estimates for the facility’s carbon footprint reduction as well as firm implementation costs and realistic savings.

    The scope of work included a detailed survey of the building envelopes, mechanical and electrical systems, as well as an analysis of the building’s annual energy (electric and natural gas) costs and consumption. IAG Energy also documented the facility’s operating characteristics. The recommended ECM’s represent economically and technically feasible opportunities to improve the facility’s operating efficiency and to find ways to reduce ongoing energy and operating costs.

    The facility includes fifty-seven (57) apartments, common areas, and mechanical room located at the ground level of the building. Overall, the energy consuming systems at this location appeared to be in good condition in terms of age and maintenance.

    Building Information

    The building was constructed in 1960 and is owned and managed by Anthony Skelja. This is a 77,450 square foot multifamily apartment building that consists of 57 apartments and a covered parking garage. The building is located on 2110 Barnes Avenue in Bronx, New York. This is a seven story apartment building with one elevator, and coin operated laundry facility.

    Assessment Highlights:

    • The building Energy Utilization Index (EUI) is 61.9 kBtu/Ft2
    • Total estimated combined energy use is 4,797,197 kBtu
    • The study came up with 5 Energy Conservation Measures (ECM)
    • The simple payback for all measures is 1.13 years

    Details

    Date Completed: August 2013

    Benefits & Savings

    Annual Energy and Cost Savings:

    • Electricity Savings: 18,003 kWh
    • Gas/Fuel Savings: 1,214 therms
    • Total Annual Cost Savings: $72,475